Grand Hyatt Seattle
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Washington State offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean, backdrops of huge volcanoes and mountains, rich landscapes and some of the most dramatic coastline on the planet. There is an abundance of natural wonders and beauty with waterfalls, wild rivers and the snow-capped cone of Mount Hood volcano, part of the Cascade Mountain Range.

Seattle is the gateway to Washington State and the magnificent Olympic, North Cascades and Mount Rainier National Parks. Catch a baseball game in this vibrant city, or admire the stall-holders' traditional 'fish throwing' antics at Pike Place Market.


Top 5 Experiences

  • With 3,000 miles of coastline and an amazing number of glacier-fed rivers, freshwater lakes and scenic reservoirs, this place is a paradise for people who love water from river rafting to whale watching.
  • Head for the skies with a seaplane scenic flight tour over Seattle or learn about the future of aviation at The Future of Flight Aviation and Boeing Tour.
  • Discover an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty amongst Washington State's 3 National Parks. Perfect for hiking, camping, biking as well as both winter and water sports.
  • For coffee lovers Seattle is the place to be. It has the largest concentration of coffee houses in the country and is nicknamed the 'Capital of Caffeine'. It is also home to the first Starbucks in Pike Place market.
  • Washington State is known for its organic ingredients and fresh seafood. In February Yamika Valley holds a Red Wine & Chocolate Weekend or in April get a taste of what Washington has to offer at 'Taste of Washington' in Seattle.

Sightseeing & Tours

  • Seattle CityPASS – This great value pass includes entry to the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, Woodland Park Zoo and Chihuly Garden and Glass. From £52pp.
  • Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market – Eat your way through Seattle's most celebrated culinary landmark with this half day tour. From £37pp.